Buddha With Thousand Hands

From from China’s Disabled People’s Performance Art Troupe. Simply wonderful.


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10 Responses to “Buddha With Thousand Hands”

  1. wmforr says:

    Bob Fosse–eat your heart out!

  2. wmforr says:

    lol, you remind me of my partner, disabled for 19 years and loves throwing people off-guard with “cwipple” jokes.

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  5. Jophus says:

    Who says nothing good comes from communism?

  6. An_American_Karol says:

    I am a richer person having viewed the video, John. Thank you. It was truly beautiful.

  7. Chiun Nuihc says:

    From the co-ordinators on the sidelines, I’m guessing their disability was deafness…?

    Or was it just being unbearably cute? (I’m disabled – I get to make jokes!)

  8. momaloney says:

    What a fantastic performance…This should be show around
    the world and I intend to also send the url to some of my
    friends…perhaps it will get there by itself!!

  9. burro says:

    Very cool. Amazing discipline and precision. Thanks for posting that one.

  10. Butch1 says:

    WOW! ( in a word )

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